Nurturing Intelligences

Bohol Child Head Start is an institution that recognizes and respects the innate tendencies and individuality of each child while uncovering and nurturing his/her potential/intelligences by providing a developmentally appropriate environment and tasks.

Recent News

Early Registration for SY 2024-2025 is NOW OPEN!

You can enroll onsite or online! We are located at 0011 Banat-i Hillside Road, G. Dangoy St., Bool District, Tagbilaran...
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BCHS STAGE PLAY 2023: Royal Coronation-The Sequel
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Ways to enjoy the Sembreak, without wasting it!

Do you want to enjoy but still be “productive”? Here are five things you can do that will turn your...
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A New You

Indeed, the coming of January brings about a sense of newness, a start off with a clean slate. With renewed...
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CHILDian Christmas Tradition

Continuing the CHILDian Christmas tradition of giving back to the community, this year's outreach was for the benefit of the...
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BCHS Fire Emergency Response Orientation and School-wide Fire Drill 2022
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BCHS joins the Third Quarter NSED 2022!
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We’re Looking For You!

We are looking for Teachers and Assistant teachers to be part of our team!Send your resume to [email protected]
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We’re Looking For You!

We are looking for 2 Office Staff and 1 School Nurse! Send your resume to [email protected]
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Courses Offered

Nurturing the innate intelligences of each child..

Play and Learn

Play is a child’s work. We believe that children learn best through play where they get to exercise their cognitive, sensorimotor, socio-emotional, and language faculties. Lessons are embedded in structured and free play where children are able to apply and work-out...


Our grade school curriculum is K-12 compliant where there is smooth transition between grade levels and continuum of competencies through spiral progression where learning of knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes increase in depth and breadth.

Special Intervention Program

The special intervention program caters to children who are either experiencing difficulty with the regular class or are formally diagnosed to have a developmental disorder. Partnering with other health professionals, the program provides...

Junior High School

1st year Junior High School students (or Grade 7) are the first to undergo the enhanced secondary education program.

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